Since humans are mostly made of water, and fish traditionally inhabit water, fish should naturally occur in the human body. Fix this gap in nature’s logic with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $25 worth of sushi and more at Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar. This Groupon is valid at Zuma's locations on Highland Avenue and in the Toco Hill Shopping Center. The Toco Hill location also offers Korean fare.
Zuma's extensive Highland and Toco Hill menus showcase a plethora of traditional and innovative sushi rolls and sashimi, made from the freshest ocean-plucked fish available. Lounge at the Highland spot with an order of lobster tempura ($14.50) for a crunchy accompaniment to the ihi pokki, boasting yellowfin tuna that hangs out with a spicy free-wheelin' crowd of sriracha and scallions ($7.50). An all-you-can-eat sushi lunch ($15) is offered Monday–Friday. Poultry enthusiasts at the Toco Hill eatery can enjoy the deep-fried confines of the chicken katsu ($11.50), and maki lovers can watch the scallop and mayo explosion of the Super Volcano roll ($14) from the safety of their magma-proof chairs. With its cold noodles and delectable dipping sauce, the zaru soba ($5.95) sates Far East pasta pangs. Zuma's laudable libations accompany bites into bellies, including a diverse selection of wine and many varietals of sake.
Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar
Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar's chefs slice ocean-fresh seafood before hungry eyes at an open bar, spotlighting the skill necessary to create artfully innovative and traditional sushi preparations. With the freshest, suntan-free fish, the team arranges sushi, maki, and sashimi on plates, constructing aesthetically mesmerizing meals that edify palates and inspire patrons to hang a frame around their mouth in anticipation. Creativity abounds in distinctive maki creations such as the bagel roll, which brims with smoked salmon, cream cheese, and avocado, and chefs demonstrate their knowledge of the tried and true with a classic salmon roll. Throughout their meal, guests can complement the Eastern flavors rolling across their tongue with sips of hot and cold sake, sights of paper lanterns hanging over dining room, and translation of the characters painted on the walls. Guests also lunch all-you-can-eat sushi for $15.